Men's Hair Loss
Male pattern baldness follows a classical and well-defined pattern of hair loss, which begins with a receding hairline and thinning of the hair at the crown of the head.
The hairline slowly recedes and forms an “M” shape. Gradually, the hair becomes shorter and thinner at the crown and creates a horseshoe pattern of hair around the sides of the head. Although there are many factors that may contribute to hair loss in men, such as illness or having an adverse reaction to certain medications, heredity is by far the most common factor. There is currently no cure for hair loss. However, hair loss can be effectively managed and diminished by utilizing treatments that help promote hair growth. End result may be partial or complete baldness. Male pattern baldness is not associated with any other symptoms.